I love using the Command-T plugin in Vim to do fuzzy searches for filenames. I like it so much that I've started to want to do the same fuzzy searches for arbitrary strings within an open buffer.
For example, if I'm editing a CSS file that contains a selector like
#support-main .question .answer-rating, I can currently type
/support-main .question to find that line.
I'd like to be able to invoke a fuzzy finder and simply type something like
supmaique to find that same line (among others). I know I can type
/sup.*mai.*que for the same effect but typing the
.*'s breaks my concentration.
Is there a way to do this?